July 29, 2004
Morocco and the British tour operator "First Choice" signed Wednesday a partnership agreement to promote the Atlantic Agadir destination in the British market.
July 27, 2004
Lebanon's Hizbullah might have a few dozen long-range rockets capable of hitting Tel Aviv area if launched from southern Lebanon, the head of Israel's
Among the hardest things Diana Karazone faced in her singing career was the competitive atmosphere where people stab each other in the back because they are jealous or because they want part of her po
July 26, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah started a working visit to the Republic of China during which he will meet with Chinese president Hu Jintao to discuss means of
Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama has threatened to leave his production company Alam El Phan after they have been continuously delaying the release of his upcoming album
A decision to make Umniah Jordan's fourth cellphone service operator will boost competition in the domestic market, lower prices and improve services, the government said Sunday.
July 25, 2004
Nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu said in an interview that the Dimona nuclear reactor endangers the lives of millions throughout the Middle East
Lebanese singer Rami Ayash is expected to release his new musical album “Ya Msahhar Ayni”, which has been postponed by Rotana since last summer
The United Company for Marketing Jordanian Olive Oil (Motahida) exported on Saturday 20 tons of olive oil, kept in flexi tanks, to the Croatian market, marking the first shipment of its kind. United
The export -import bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) confirmed through its president, Philip Merrill, its commitment to fund the purchase of Boeing aircraft by Air Algerie, likely three B-737/800
July 23, 2004
Former Iranian president and the current Expediency Council (EC) Chairman, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani on Friday said that terrorism is a problem that ha
Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi arrived Friday in Damascus for an official visit to Syria.
July 21, 2004
Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi left Amman on Wednesday heading for Cairo after a three-day visit. During his visit, Allawi met with King Abdullah I
"The United States have already invested $1.5 billion in Algeria," the president of the export-import bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank), Philip Merrill declared Tuesday. "We have already invest
July 20, 2004
Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal arrived in the Egyptian capital of Cairo on Tuesday, SPA reported. Prince Saud will head the Saudi King